How to Go Vegan
Going vegan may seem like a big task at first as it involves quite a number of aspects of our lives to look at. It’s not only our diet, but our actions and philosophies, a critical analysis of our and society’s belief systems, what we wear, attend for entertainment, and the cosmetics and household products we may buy. But don’t fret—we’re going to help you through it and you’ll see it’s not as complicated as you thought.
As the vast majority of the world’s attitudes, behaviours, laws, industries, and traditions involve the direct exploitation of billions of sentient animals every year, veganism is a moral and ethical philosophy to do everything within one’s power to reduce their impact and harm on others. We do not live in a perfect world, however, our daily actions do directly impact other beings whom we share this vast web of ecosystems with.
This website is dedicated to providing information on how to go vegan, how to live vegan, how to analyse the constructs that exist in our societies, and advocates against using animals for our own self-serving benefit. When we are able to live our lives well without harming others, why wouldn’t we?
The Ultimate Arguments Against Veganism
But do the justifications hold up to logic and reason?
Vegan Diet and Nutrition
There are endless questions about plant-based nutrition because we are taught that we need animal-products to be nutritionally sound; it just isn’t true. There’s an original source for all of your protein, minerals, vitamins, fatty acids and trace elements and it isn’t animals.
Lots of Vegan Recipes
Spend some time gathering some delicious vegan recipes ahead of time. You’ll know what to buy at the supermarket and will be prepared each day.
A Vegan Food Pantry
Updating ones food pantry is a seemingly daunting task, but it actually doesn’t have to be. Discover what some of your new standard vegan pantry food items will be as part of a plant-based diet and take away the stress.